The computer science department has held an internal programming contest for BJU students since the spring of 1990. We started competing intercollegiately at the CCSC-SE programming contest in 2002 and then with the (then) ACM-ICPC Southeastern Regional in 2003.
Recent graduates compiled problems from various contests and have placed them in HackerRank. Students can use these contests to practice general problems or solve campus contest problems that they didn’t get while the contest was running.
Here are the contests:
- Campus Contest 2019: https://www.hackerrank.com/bju-contest-2018
- The contest slug is incorrect, but it is the 2019 contest
- We are missing Mr. J’s problem from this year, but everything else is available
- Campus Contest 2020: https://www.hackerrank.com/bju-campus-contest-2020
- All problems are available
- Campus Contest 2021: https://www.hackerrank.com/bju-campus-contest-2021
- Practice Contest: https://www.hackerrank.com/bju-practice
- These problems are fun problems for general practice
- All contest problems (from 2019-2020) are also in this contest
All of the problems in each contest are sorted by difficulty, so easier ones should show first.
Programming Contest History
See our Github repo recording our departmental history of programming contest participation.
IEEE Xtreme History